Unlike the Nexus 4's secret LTE modem, the Nexus 10 doesn't seem to pack any real secrets. It turns out that it is a Samsung joint however, from assembly to processor to battery. Also it's a breeze to take a part; no glue or nothin'. Hop over to Powerbook Medic to see the rest of the gory details. [Powerbook Medic via Engadget]
Also it's a breeze to take a part; no glue or nothin'.
Par for the course for Samsung... and one reason why I like them. They really do not care if people open up their stuff, whereas a lot of tablet and phone makers will tell you you're voiding the warranty if you so much as remove the back cover. Samsung *makes* you remove the back cover of their phones before using one! They're almost old-school in that way, but it's a *good* kind of old-school and it's obviously working out pretty well for them, sales-wise.